I am currently in the middle of the busiest period since going full-time as a landscape photographer. And not even the wet and wild Cumbrian weather is going to stop me from enjoying life to the fullest.
It has been an extremely busy week for me. But with a number of 1-2-1s, a workshop, a commission and some filming for my YouTube channel it has been a great example of just how varied life as a professional landscape photographer can be.
I knew fame would come to me eventually! This week I got to star in my very own documentary about my life as a professional landscape photographer.
I have noticed recently a decline in views on my videos. This week I have started to make some changes to they way I market my business in an effort to reduce my dependency on YouTube.
This week I return home to the area where I grew up and find myself reflecting on how different life might have been had we not moved north 10 years ago.
Love them or hate them for many landscape photographers tripods are an essential bit of kit. But as advances in image stabilisation allow us to shoot handheld at ever slower shutter speeds are tripods becoming a thing of the past?
Switching to black and white can help you to create stunning landscape photographs. This easy to follow, practical advice will help you to improve your black and white landscape photography.
More glorious weather in the Lake District. More lovely people to share this wonderful landscape with. And more mistakes by yours truly!
Do your images sometimes appear to be under or over exposed? Are you unsure how you can take full control of the exposure of your images? Switching to manual exposure mode could help you to get perfectly exposed images every time.